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Ten Reasons Why Application Hosting Makes Sense for Your Organization

Source: Ultimate Software This document explains Ultimate Software’s Intersourcing application and how it will benefit the company using it. Intersourcing is a hosting solution; this means the application is managed, supported and upgraded by an application service provider (ASP). Learn why application hosting makes sense for your organization.

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